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Scholarships Help Increase Access to Linux Education

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What does a file system engineer living in Minnesota have in common with a woman from Uganda working on maintaining Linux systems and a research and computing scientist working at a medical university? They were among the five Linux Training Scholarship winners in 2013.

Now in its fourth year, the Linux training scholarships from The Linux Foundation have become highly-sought honors by many of the most talented up-and-coming Linux pro's in the world. With nearly 700 submissions received last year we're very excited to review this year's applicants in September (the submission deadline is Sept 2).

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